A few days back, James Cameron—not to be outdone by Kevin Costner and his multimillion-dollar oil-separating technology—offered to lend his own expertise to the Gulf oil spill. And now the government has taken him up on it: According to Vulture, Cameron was summoned to Washington yesterday to participate in an EPA-hosted brainstorming session aimed at plugging the gaping hole at the bottom of the Gulf. No details of the meeting have yet been released, but it's likely Cameron made the same proposal he did previously: to enlist the submersibles he used during the making of Titanic, Ghosts Of The Abyss, and Expedition: Bismarck in the effort to stop the cataclysmic oil leak. If that doesn't work, it may be time to pull out the big guns:
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